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In the spring of 1441 B.C.E., which is 480 years before King Solomon began to build the First Temple in Jerusalem (1. Kings 6, 1), the people of Israel came out of the land of Egypt, where we had been pyramid builders from the time of Joseph, the Egyptian Imhotep, who built the first Step Pyramid in Sakkara near Memphis, down to the last pyramids of Illahun and Hawara in Fayoum.
On Passover in the spring of every subsequent year, the people of Israel have always commemorated our Exodus from Egypt, beginning on the fourteenth day in the first month of the second year, as prescribed by the commandments of Moses (Exodus 13, 3-10 and Numbers 9, 1-5). Rigid observance of the laws about the Passover holidays makes Jewish chronology the safest of antiquity.
Yet, the historicity of the biblical Exodus date of 1441 B.C.E. is given up by the mainstream of modern scholars , including even distinguished Jews such as Professor Dr. Nahum M. Sarna of Brandeis University, Editor of the renowned American Academy for Jewish Research. In his book Exploring Exodus p. 9 he rejects 1. Kings 6, 1, and favors a 13th-century B.C.E. Exodus dating.
At the root of the evil is the fact that modern Egyptology, quite in keeping with the growing anti-Semitism in the second half of the nineteenth century, when it was established, all but exterminated the people of Israel from the books of History, almost a century before our physical extermination in the Holocaust, cf. Ed Metzler, Dicovering Mosaistics (Herborn 1989) pp. 176-177.
The biblical Exodus date of 1441 B.C.E. marks the catastrophic collapse
of Middle Kingdom Egypt and the end of the pyramid age, usually dated some 350 years
earlier, for Thutmosis III is generally
believed to have reigned in the 15th century, while he really was the grandson of King
David-Thutmosis I, see Ed Metzler, Conflict of Laws in the Israelite
Dynasty of Egypt (Herborn 1991).
See my books in the catalogue of The National Library of Israel and the Hebrew University Library in Jerusalem, Israel, and in the official German Books in Print (VLB 1996-98) of the German Booksellers Association.
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